Career Launcher, Asia’s leading education service provider and competitive test preparation platform, has introduced CL Olympiad, an academic test designed to foster excellence and critical thinking among grades 8th-12th. The company announced that the Olympiad aims to identify and reward young talent by providing a platform to showcase their skills and knowledge in various subjects.
The CL Olympiad includes Mathematics, Science, English and Aptitude. This nationwide competition is open to all students in grades 8th-12th across schools and educational institutions in India. Participants can compete nationally and win exciting prizes, scholarships and recognition.
Speaking about the newly launched initiative, the President of Career Launcher, Sujatha Kshirsagar, said:
We believe that students deserve the opportunity to showcase their abilities and gain recognition for their hard work. The CL Olympiad provides a platform for students to challenge themselves, expand their knowledge, and develop their problem-solving skills.
The Olympiad comprises two rounds, commencing with a school-level examination from August to September 2023 and a grand national-level finale scheduled for October 2023. Through their participation, students will have the opportunity to enhance their analytical thinking and refine their time management skills, according to the statement.
Career Launcher, a wholly-owned subsidiary of CL Educate, was founded by Satya Narayanan R, offers a wide variety of programs in diverse segments for students of age group 12-30 through personalized and synchronous/ asynchronous offerings for MBA, Study Abroad (Admissions Consulting, IELTS, SAT, GRE, GMAT), LAW, IPM, UPSC, CUCET and more. Deployment of data science, machine learning, and recommendation algorithms built on data, the company claims over 120 EdTech tools make the offerings of its business moat with the ability to scale. These tools, features, and engines help in best-fit program choice, cost savings, and laser-beam mentoring to deliver the best industry results for the students.